Dear parents and guardians,

The Austin Water Utility has announced that, due to flooding, the utility is unable to keep up with the demand of cleaning water that has extra debris so they have issued a Boil Water Notice for all retail and wholesale, including Round Rock ISD schools served by the City of Austin Water Utility. These are our schools within the Austin city limits.

We will be proving crates of bottled water to all affected campuses and food services will follow the appropriate protocol in food preparation. Water fountains will be out of service, but we will do everything necessary to make sure students have access to safe drinking water and remain hydrated. If you have bottled water at your home that you are able to send with your child, please do so. However, if you are receiving this message after your student has left for school, be assured we will have bottled water on hand.

The Boil Water Notice was issued to ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking and for making ice should be boiled and cooled prior to consumption. The water should be brought to a vigorous, rolling boil for two minutes and no one water fountains should be used. More information about Boiled Water Notices.

Terry Worcester
Chief Operations Officer

Round Rock ISD Campuses, Facilities Affected

Anderson Mill Elementary
Canyon Creek Elementary
Canyon Vista Middle School
Caraway Elementary
Deerpark Middle School
England Elementary
Forest North Elementary
Grisham Middle School
Grounds Maintenance
Joe Lee Johnson Elementary
Jollyville Elementary
Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex
Laurel Mountain Elementary
Live Oak Elementary
McNeil High School
Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center
Pond Springs Elementary
Purple Sage Elementary
Pearson Ranch Middle School
Sommer Elementary
Spicewood Elementary
Transportation West
Wells Branch Elementary
Westwood High School